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Maymester 2021 – View list of classes.
Maymester is an online mini-term (May 3, 2021 – May 21, 2021). Maymester registration opens on Friday, March 26, 2021. Interested students must be a currently enrolled (spring term) student or apply specifically for the spring term (not summer or fall) to enroll in a Maymester course.
If students have previously applied for summer and/or fall term and wish to take a Maymester class, an application for spring term 2021 must be completed.
Visit Maymester Fast Facts for more information.
2020 – 2021 Registration Guide Updated 3.10.2021
2019 – 2020 Registration Guide Updated 9.4.2019
In preparing to register for courses, it is important to know the delivery methods for instruction. The table below provides additional information concerning schedule types and instructional methods. It is important to note that online, hybrid, and virtual formats require access to a computer with high speed internet capabilities, a webcam, and a microphone.
|Schedule Type||Instructional Method||Description|
|Lecture||Traditional||Lecture-based class meets entirely on campus.|
|Lab||Traditional||Lab-based class meets entirely on campus.|
|Lecture/Lab||Traditional||Lecture- and lab-based classes meet entirely on campus.|
|Online||Online||Class meets entirely online. Students are not required to come to campus. Students take exams using the College's online test proctoring service or in an approved proctored environment.|
|Hybrid||Hybrid||Class requires students to attend a designated number of classes on campus and to complete activities and coursework online. Exams may be given on campus or using the College's online test proctoring service.|
|Virtual||Online||Class has specific days and times that students will meet virtually through a video conferencing platform. Students are not required to come to campus. Students take exams using the College's online test proctoring service or in an approved proctored environment.|
|Virtual||Hybrid||Class has specific days and times that students will meet virtually through a video conferencing platform and specific days and times that students will meet on campus. Exams may be given on campus or using the College's online test proctoring service.|
Students may obtain final grades by logging into their myShelton account.
Grades are not mailed. It is the student’s responsibility to check their grades. The College strongly recommends that this be done before the beginning of the next semester.
Students may view all coursework taken at Shelton State and any coursework that has been accepted for transfer from other institutions through myShelton.